- Solopreneur Series -
DO YOU EVER DREAM OF...
|| Breaking free from your 9-5? || Embarking on a new adventure? || Creating your own product? ||
(( We certainly did! ))
And because we know that many of you are DREAMERS and "DOERS" too, we set out to create an interview series that would give you honest advice and insights into what it means to start your own business and become a real #ladyboss!
Every month, we'll interview a new "solopreneur" in beauty, fashion, health, fitness and tech, and ask them to share their experiences building a brand from the ground up!
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And our next featured Solopreneur is Sirine Swed of Battington Lashes! Learn more on why Sirine created her cruelty-free company and what keeps her motivated!
She's an entrepreneur, yoga / fitness instructor, chef and nutritionist: learn how Sophie Jaffe created her own path to success, in this feature Solopreneur interview
Get to know the activist, writer and GO GETTER behind the female empowerment platform // podcast "WANT" (Women Against Negative Talk) // Interview with Katie Horwitch
Learn how Emily Silverstein went from server to solopreneur, in this feature interview // Interview by Ryan Burch
Nicole Fonseca has always had a passion for fashion and color. She had no idea that if she combined the two, she would come to find herself a vibrant entrepreneur! Read on to find out more on how Nicole Fonseca Jewelry came to life!
Carly Burson, founder of Tribe Alive, empowers impoverished women in developing countries, by connecting them with the global marketplace. // Keep reading to learn more about her thriving business!
Sasha & Michelle, founders of Bené Scarves, began their entrepreneurial journey after a visit to Ghana. There, they fell in love with the young girls that they met through various empowerment programs and a product with purpose was born.
"I want to be a big fish in a small pond, not the other way around " // check out our #SheForShe interview with Erica Stolman: fashion blogger and creative entrepreneur!
Olivia O' Connor started a cause-driven hat brand at the ripe age of 22! Read on to learn what it took for her to turn a surf-inspired blog into a full-fledged product line.